250+ Names for Baby Girls Born on Easter (Meaning)

Babies born on the holy day of Easter are considered to be very lucky. They are lively and charming and not to forget that there’s always a celebration on their birthday. If you wish to pick a name for your little angel that matches the theme of Easter, feel free to go through the list below.

Here are Names for Baby Girls Born on Easter

Birch

English origin; meaning a part of a tree, a Scandinavian tradition of Easter Sunday

Easter

German origin; named after a spring Goddess and the Easter Sunday

Sunday

English origin; named after the seventh day of the week, the day of Resurrection

Magdalene

Hebrew origin; meaning belonging to the city of Magdala

Joanna

Hebrew origin; the feminine version of the name John, an apostle 

Mary

Latin origin; translates bitter, named after the mother of Jesus

Susanna

Hebrew origin; translates to the flower lily

Lulu

Arabic origin; meaning a precious gem, nickname for Louise

Blossom

English origin; meaning the blooming of flowers, spring-based

Evangeline

Latin origin; meaning teachings of Jesus or positive news

Claire

French origin; meaning very bright

Azalea

English origin; meaning a flower

Acacia

Latin origin; named after a plant that represents resurrection

Avril

French origin; translates to the month of April

Candy

English origin; named after the candy bags hidden on Easter morning

Hyacinth

Latin origin; named after a spring-based flower

Cecily

Latin origin; meaning she cannot see, feminine version of Caecilius

Laverne

French origin; meaning like the month of spring

Oona

Latin origin; meaning one or a lamb

Elijah

Hebrew origin; meaning the Lord

Pink

English origin; named after the shade pink, meaning healthy

Anastasia

Latin origin; meaning to revive or to resurrect

Daisy

English origin; named after the flower Daisy

Violet

English origin; named after the shade violet, a favorite for an Easter egg

Kimana

Native American origin; translates to a butterfly

Arley

English origin; feminine version of Bunny, meaning belonging to the meadow of rabbits

Bethany

Hebrew origin; named after the town from where Jesus traveled to Heaven

Tazia

Italian origin; meaning to resurrect or born again

Palma 

Latin origin; translates to a palm tree

Agnes

Greek origin; meaning a young lamb

Arava

Hebrew origin; translates to a willow, an Easter tradition

Akosua

Ghanan origin; meaning she who is born on a Sunday

Berkley

American origin; named after a place

Ottavia

Italian origin; translates to eighth born

Bonnie

Scottish origin; means pretty or attractive

Gwen

Welsh origin; meaning white circle, short for Gwendolyn

Francis

Latin origin; translates to free man or Frenchman

Silvia

Latin origin; meaning woods or a forest

Fiona

Latin origin; meaning fair or white

Lydia

Greek origin; meaning a woman from Lydia

Lace

French origin; a version of Lacy

Litzy

English origin; short for Elizabeth

Amede

Latin origin; meaning to love, short for Amadeus

Mila

Latin origin; meaning a servant of the temple

Shelly

English origin; short for Michelle

Trixie

Latin origin; translates to the one who brings happiness

Serena

Latin origin; means tranquil or peaceful

Marigold

English origin; meaning golden flower, sacred for Easter

Ciara

Irish origin; means the one with the black hair

Aubrey

French roots means ruler of elves

Katy

English origin; short for Katherine

Zelina

Greek origin; means heaven or the moon

Ursa

Latin roots, meaning a wild bear

Tama

Japanese origin; meaning a jewel

Eunice

Greek origin; meaning a hard-fought victory

Fifi

French origin; short for Josephine

Arilda

German origin; meaning a maiden of the Earth

Claret

English origin; meaning deep red

Berenice

Greek roots, meaning to bear or victorious

Gia

Italian origin; short for Gianna

Bryn

Welsh origin; meaning hill

Edie

English origin; meaning rich in war

Haven

English origin; meaning a place of shelter

Cora

Greek origin; meaning heart

Jane

English origin; meaning the grace of Jehovah

Jill

English origin; meaning God’s child

Lea

English origin; meaning meadow

Beck

English origin; meaning brook or stream

Martha

English origin; meaning lady or mistress of the household

Electa

Greek origin; meaning amber

Raphaela

Italian origin; feminine version of Raphael, meaning God has healed

Emeline

German origin; meaning a peaceful home, short for Emily

Irene

Greek origin; meaning peace

Bridget

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin; meaning power or strength

Felicia

Latin origin; translate to happy or lucky

Agatha

Greek origin; meaning good or kind

Blanche

French origin; translates to white

Vera

Latin origin; meaning true or faith

Minnie

English origin; meaning intellect or sound-minded

Augie

Latin origin; means great or magnificent

Theta

The eighth letter of the Greek Alphabet

Tavia

Spanish short form of Octavia means eighth

Alyssa

Greek origin name, meaning reasoned or rational

Chloe

Greek origin; meaning blooming or leafy

Arianna

Greek origin; meaning sacred or very holy

Natalie 

French origin; meaning one who is birthed on the day of Jesus’s arrival

Grace 

Latin origin; meaning attractiveness or charm 

Trinity 

English origin; meaning concerned to the Holy Trinity  

Sadie 

English origin; meaning heiress to the throne 

Jocelyn

English origin; meaning a boon

Sophie

French origin; meaning understanding or wisdom

Yara

Arabic origin; meaning a tiny butterfly

Harmony 

English origin; meaning a combination of musical chords

Stella

Latin origin; meaning a star, a version of Estella

Nia

Swahili origin; translates to resolve or brilliance

Orli

Hebrew origin; meaning light, also spelled Orly

Vanessa

English origin; meaning a kind of a butterfly

Willow

English origin; translates to the willow tree, special for Easter

Tamara

Hebrew origin; meaning a tree of date palms

Tulip

Persian origin; named after the flower Tulip

Shoshana

Hebrew origin; translates to the flower lily

Rachel

Hebrew origin; meaning a female sheep

Salome

Hebrew origin; meaning tranquil or serene

Renee

Latin origin; meaning to be born again or to resurrect

Renata

Latin origin; meaning revive or relive

Palma

Latin origin; named after a place

Pascoe

Cornish origin; literally translates to the Easter Sunday

Parasha

Russian origin; meaning she who is born on the day of Good Friday

Palmira

Latin origin; named after the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria

Mariposa

Spanish origin; translates to a butterfly

Nedda

Slavic origin; meaning she who is conceived on a Sunday

Oanez

Breton origin; a version of the name Agnes

Liliana

Latin origin; a version of the flower name Lily

Lissa

Greek origin; translates to a honeybee, short for Melissa

Inez

Spanish origin; a form of the name Agnes, meaning holy or a virgin

Dimanche

French origin; meaning she who is born on the seventh day

Farasha

Arabic origin; meaning a butterfly

Ada

German origin; meaning nobility, the nickname for Adeline

Karen

English origin; meaning pure

Cady

French origin; meaning present, short for Cadeaux

Paloma

Greek origin; translates to the bird dove

Marley

English origin; meaning a pleasant seaside meadow

Sarah

Hebrew origin; named after the wife of Abraham in the Old Testament

Amelia

German origin; literally translates to work

Eugenia

 Greek roots, translated to wellborn

Erica

Norse origin; meaning a ruler for eternity

Mercy

English origin; meaning a sense of strong compassion

Saoirse

Irish origin; translates to liberty

Placida

Spanish origin; meaning serene or peaceful

Mila

Hebrew origin; meaning a servant of the temple

Drew

English origin; feminine version of Andrew,

Maisie

Scottish origin; meaning pearl or a precious jewel

Viola

English origin; named after the shade purple

Marion

Hebrew origin; meaning Bitter

Reese

Welsh origin; meaning she who is very ardent

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